Rich:

On Fri, 18 January 2002, "rich herdman" wrote:

> What's the best way to check for the existence of an IFS file in a
> CL program?  There is no CHKOBJ for the IFS.  I am running V5R1...

In the long run, it's best to create procedures over the appropriate APIs; but 
a quick interim solution is to use the CHKIN or CHKOUT commands.

These commands function somewhat like DLCOBJ and ALCOBJ for various 
combinations of object types and authorities. What might be useful to you are 
the monitorable error messages such as CPFA0A9=Object not found.

Be aware that if you successfully CHKOUT an object, you should CHKIN the object 
too.

Tom Liotta

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